Originally Posted by combo gd
A 2011 M7 is basically the same car, so that is acceptable IMO.
An example of what I am talking about is if lets say someone bought a 2012 Range Rover. The body is the older generation and different than the 2013. Not doing it if you are buying it strictly to stunt
I have a 2007 and a 2012, both of which are the L332 body style. IMO,
L332 > L405, by a landslide. I still like the new body, but the L332 is outstanding compared to the L405. I'm still thinking about getting one though because the interior of the L405 is Bentley / Rolls worthy and the handling and overall feel is more agile than the L332. I think it's because they used aluminum for the body on the L405.
But your arguement is invalid. The L332 body actually looks better than the L405. No way around that. I intentionally got the 2012 because I saw what the 2013 body looked like before most people did and I was not a big fan of it.
And don't try to say something like "your only saying that because you can't afford the L405" (I know you will because this is NT) because I could go cash out a fully loaded, supercharged L405 if I wanted to, right now, on a moments notice.
But I'm really not into spending anymore money with Land Rover until they get their sh*t together. Too many problems. Different story.
But back on topic. Buy what you like. Buy what you can afford. Live in your means. Don't buy ANYTHING in life to impress people.
Have a good one NT. this thread is too much for me. Could've been a great thread too...